The Advance and Disadvantage of Immigration

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The Advance and disadvantage of Immigration

Immigration seems to be making more headlines in recent years. As the world globalizes in terms of nations’ economies, trade, and investment, borders are opened up more easily for “freer”flow of goods and products. People are supposedly freer to move around the world, too. There are two opposing views about immigration. Some people think immigration is a problem for country, and Native American. However some people think immigration is good for the economy. Immigrants have contributed significantly to innovation and entrepreneurship in our

economy.

According to RealClearPolotics.com by Victor Davis Hanson, the global immigration is a problem. Victor was assuming that the immigrant comes to the United States or elsewhere to just enjoy developed economic, social welfare, and health care. This assumption is not corrected, because there are many scientists, and businesses people who come to the U.S. with the American dream. They are working hard, and they have not stopped continuous innovation to make their come true. The lower middle classes of American citizen complaint about the immigrants who come here to compete with them for jobs. They think the immigrants are their competitors. The immigrants come here without money, so they try to get the job with any payment. This is not true any more. Nowadays an immigrant who wants to come to USA they has to have $500,000.00, or he or she has to have a business that hires 15 American citizen.

However Mark Thomat has a positive view about immigration. It is about the US’s economy benefiting by immigration. The immigrant not only comes here to work and earn money, but also spends the money for their life. The author has an example, Adrian Lopez, 20, who came here from the Mexican state of Oaxaca, is carrying in his Everest backpack a Sony Walkman from the Best Buy...
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